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Review: n/naka

n/naka. Chef Niki Nakayama’s temple to modern kaiseki. On a quiet stretch of Overland sits the gastronomic wonderland, devoid of signage out front as if to say that what you will experience within needs no introduction.

For those uninitiated, Kaiseki is a multi-course Japanese dinner using fresh, seasonal ingredients. The food is art and the artistry of plating each dish in a harmonious manner is of utmost importance. In the hands of Chef Nakayama, this is dinner theatre.

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